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SI. No.

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MATHEMATICS

Paper H

Maximum Marks : 300

INSTRUCTIONS

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Answers must be written in the medium specified in the

Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be

stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the

space provided for the purpose. No marks will be given

for the answers written in a medium other than that

specified in the Admission Certificate.

Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which

are compulsory and any three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.

Assume suitable data if considered necessary and

indicate the same clearly.

Symbols and notations carry usual meaning, unless

otherwise indicated.

All questions carry equal marks.

A graph sheet is attached to this question paper for use

by the candidate. The graph sheet is to be carefully

detached from the question paper and securely fastened

to the answer-book.

Important : Whenever a Question is being attempted,

all its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously.

This means that before moving on to the next

Question to be attempted, candidates must finish

attempting all parts/sub-pans of the previous

Question atteMpted. This is to be strictly followed.

Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly

struck out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left

blank may not be given credit.

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Section 'A'

1. (a) How many elements of order 2 are there in the

group of order 16 generated by a and b such

that the order of a is 8, the order of b is 2 and

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mathematics, it yields him 10 marks and for

each hour that he studies physics, it yields him

5 marks. He can study at most 14 hours a day

and he must get at least 40 marks in each.

Determine graphically how many hours a day

he should study mathematics and physics each,

in order to maximize his marks ?

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have ? Write down one element in each class

(preferably in terms of cycles).

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by the planes 3x +4y + 5z =7 and x z= 9

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multipliers.

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variable X with coefficients in the ring of integersz, a principal ideal ? Justify your answer.

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(b) Give an example of a function f(x), that is

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root of the equation 3x = cos x + 1 correct to

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using Euler's method.

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(d) Obtain the equations governing the motion of

a spherical pendulum.

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is V. Determine the velocity of the fluid at any

point of the disturbed stream.

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(b) A string of length I is fixed at its ends. The

string from the mid-point is pulled up to a

height k and then released from rest. Find the

deflection y(x, t) of the vibrating string. 20

(c) Solve the following system of simultaneous

equations, using Gauss-Seidel iterative

method :

3x + 20y z = 18

20x + y 2z = 17

2x 3y + 20z = 25.

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dy

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x:

y:

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0.1

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at temperature f(0). The plate is insulated so

that there is no loss of heat from either surface.

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state.

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appear for one major and two minor subjects.

The rules for declaration of results are : marks

for major are denoted by M1 and for minors by

and M3. If the candidate obtains 75% and

above marks in each of the three subjects, the

candidate is declared to have passed the

examination in first class with distinction. If

the candidate obtains 60% and above marks in

each of the three subjects, the candidate is

declared to have passed the examination in

first class. If the candidate obtains 50% or

above in major, 40% or above in each of the

two minors and an average of 50% or above in

all the three subjects put together, the

candidate is declared to have passed the

examination in second class. All those

candidates, who have obtained 50% and above

in major and 40% or above in minor, are

declared to have passed the examination. If the

candidate obtains less than 50% in major or

less than 40% in any one of the two minors,

the candidate is declared to have failed in the

examinations. Draw a flow chart to declare the

results for the above.

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mass in; to one end of which a spherical bob of

radius a/3 and mass 15 m is attached. Find the

moment of inertia of the pendulum :

(i) about an axis through the other end of the

rod and at right angles to the rod.

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